Do you need to safely remove commercial, industrial or household hazardous waste? GBAR Group is a nationwide company with over 30+ years’ combined experience in removing friable and non-friable asbestos, lead dust and paint abatement, and remediation of contaminated land. Contact us today, and remove the risk!
We assess, remove and remediate all hazardous waste
Do you have a problem involving asbestos, contaminated land, or hazardous materials? If so, then you need to contact the top hazardous materials remediation firm in Australia to help you remove the risk in a safe, controlled, and compliant manner.
The GBAR Group has over three decades of experience in assessing, removing, and remediating hazardous waste for clients in the industrial, engineering, commercial, and construction industries, as well as private land and home owners. Our experience enables us to advise clients on their legal obligations and insurance implications in matters regarding waste removal and remediation, ensuring that their waste removal needs are met in a legal and hassle-free manner.
We have offices all over the country, and are fully licenced and insured throughout Australia. We are also committed in ensuring that all our work is in full compliance with local regulations and EPA guidelines.
When you work with the GBAR Group, you’re working with a team that values safety and integrity above all, and that will work to find the most cost-effective solution to your problem that won’t have a detrimental effect on the environment, your property, or your business.
We specialise in removing both non-friable and friable asbestos for both private and corporate clients. Non-friable works include materials such as sheeting, fencing, piping, and tiling that contain asbestos, but pose a lower risk as the substance isn’t released when removed or disturbed. Friable works include materials in sensitive or powder form that post a high risk of becoming airborne when handled, such as insulation, lagging, dust, and debris.
We offer land remediation for asbestos-contaminated soil and ground water from old demolition sites, with input from environmental consultants and occupational hygienists to ensure the best possible action plan. This includes assessments, investigations, validations, modelling, and management.
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